|Posted on Sunday, September 19, 2004 - 04:13: |
i have been in a relationship for about seven months and have not been able to orgasm with my boyfriend. i orgasmed the first two times we had sex, but never again.
i know that problems orgasming usually include a psychological compononent, and i am currently looking into seeking a psychologist or sex therapist. but i was also wondering if acupuncture might also help and if so, under what situations. i used to have great full-body orgasms where i could feel energy pulsating throughout my entire body and now it's as though there is some sort of block. can acupuncture help?
|Posted on Sunday, September 19, 2004 - 20:03: |
In most cases Anna, despite common belief among therapists, women sexual orgasm, or the lack of it, is related to physiological/energetical disturbances more often than to clean psychological problems.
Thus, if you have affection towards your boyfriend, or if you do not feel repulse towards him, there is a considerable chance that acupuncture may resolve your problem. This is especially so, if you have experienced in the past healthy orgasms.